Interventional Imaging

  • Carmen Gallego Herrero
Chapter
Part of the Imaging for Clinicians book series (IMAGCLIN, volume 1)

Abstract

A 1-month 3-week-old infant with a history of neonatal jaundice, cholestasis, and acholia is admitted to our hospital to rule out biliary atresia and further treatment. Physical examination demonstrates mild mucocutaneous jaundice and hepatomegaly.

Keywords

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Biliary Atresia Osteoid Osteoma Tendon Sheath Neonatal Jaundice 
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Further Reading

Case 1: Percutaneous Ultrasound-Guided Liver Biopsy

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Case 2: Sonographically Guided Transrectal Drainage

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Case 3: Percutaneous Cecostomy

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Case 4: Ultrasound-Guided Corticosteroid Injection Therapy for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

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Case 5: Osteoid Osteoma

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Case 6: Percutaneous Sclerosis of Lymphangioma

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Case 7: Venous Malformation

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Case 8: Brain Arteriovenous Malformation

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Case 9: Percutaneous Varicocele Embolizaton

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Case 10: Renovascular Hypertension

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carmen Gallego Herrero
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  1. 1.Department of Pediatric and Interventional RadiologyHospital Maternoinfantil Universitario 12 de OctubreMadridSpain

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